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"AN IMBALANCE BETWEEN RICH AND POOR IS THE OLDEST AND MOST FATAL AILMENT OF ALL REPUBLICS" - Plutarch (Greek philosopher)


  • Silver Versus Gold; Stocks Versus Flows


    72 Reads | 0 Comments | July 9, 2013

    With today’s jobs-farce in the U.S. resulting in gold/silver prices being dragged back near recent (insane) lows; once again attention focuses on intense demand for real bullion – and rapidly depleting inventories. With respect to the latter point, a recent reader comment illustrates the need to step back for more of a Big Picture look at this subject. The issue here is both a ...


  • Fraud Confirmed: 100-Day Delay To Take Bullion Delivery In London


    466 Reads | 0 Comments | July 1, 2013

    As the rampant criminality in bullion markets becomes more and more apparent (even to outside observers); we get another anecdote from the Corporate Media illustrating the level of fraud/manipulation in unequivocal terms. We’re told that bullion-buyers in London must now wait more than 100 days to take delivery of the bullion for which they have already paid. The comedic drones at...


  • Gold-Squeeze In India Stokes Silver Demand


    106 Reads | 0 Comments | June 28, 2013

    There was more mind-blowing news this week in bullion markets. This is to be contrasted with the deluge of shrill, gold-bashing propaganda being cranked out by the Corporate Media at maximum decibels. As usual (these days); the news centers on India’s bullion markets. As has been mentioned in numerous previous commentaries; Indian bullion-buyers are notoriously price-conscious. So...


  • Surging Silver Sentiment Signals Spiral


    83 Reads | 0 Comments | June 25, 2013

    For obvious reasons; most of the discussion in the precious metals sector over recent months has focused on the gold market. The Great Paper Liquidation which began (secretly) at the end of January before openly manifesting itself in April with sharp price-declines was a liquidation of paper-called-gold. With many (most?) of those paper-holders simply swapping their paper for real metal...


  • Gold Bears Ignore Supply Contradictions


    203 Reads | 2 Comments | June 20, 2013

    As we see gold and silver prices plunge lower (again) today; it becomes an especially good idea to step back, and look at the Big Picture of these markets. Why? Because nothing happened today. What is the official propaganda today from the Corporate Media on why precious metals prices have fallen? …Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said stimulus may be reduced later this year as...


  • Gold-Bashing Mythology Hits New Crescendo


    103 Reads | 1 Comment | June 17, 2013

    In wading through the mainstream drivel written on the gold and silver markets; it becomes increasingly difficult to reply to such material without the word “desperation” creeping in again and again. Indeed, the quantity of gold-bashing itself is simply overwhelming. In the years I have covered this market, I have never seen as many mainstream articles written about the (supposed) ...


  • World Gold Council Betrays Gold Investors


    153 Reads | 0 Comments | June 13, 2013

    When I labeled the World Gold Council as the “World Paper Council” in a recent commentary; who knew that the WGC was about to add its own exclamation point to that title? But that is precisely what this sham-organization has done. As a reminder (since it’s so easy to forget): the WGC is an industry trade-group representing the world’s gold-mining industry, or more...


  • Building A Better Monetary System; Part III


    169 Reads | 0 Comments | June 10, 2013

    In Parts I and II of this series, readers were presented with a bleak reality. We live in hopelessly insolvent economies. We live in societies with totally corrupted systems of politics and commerce. The root cause of all these problems (as previously explained) are the predatory/parasitic economic abominations known as monopolies and oligopolies. Despite the fact it is universally understood...